We now know more than ever about the Xbox Series X
Epic Games is far from done with Fortnite. The publisher is bringing the ultra-popular battle royale to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X as a launch title for both consoles later this year. What’s more, it plans to migrate Fortnite to the impressive U
Fortnite is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X at launch, and it'll migrate to Unreal Engine 5 in mid-2021.
In a press release this morning, Jason Ronald, Director of Program Management for Xbox Series X, said that the company’s next-gen console will launch with thousands of compatible games — going all the way back to the original Xbox — all thanks to backwards compatibility. Not only that, but many
Microsoft from day one set about to design the new Xbox Series X to be its most compatible console ever. Part of that design philosophy relates to backward compatibility and a belief that games should play their best on the new hardware.
Xbox Series X is the most-compatible next-generation console, according to Microsoft. And the company is working hard to live up to that claim.
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With the Xbox One, Microsoft delivered on its promise to make older games easily accessible on modern hardware. And it looks like the company is continuing that trend with the Xbox Series X. Specifically, you can look forward to automatic HDR upgrade
This morning, Jason Ronald, Director of Program management for Xbox Series X has made a blog post about the next-gen Xbox and its backwards compatibility with older Xbox games. From day 1, the Series X will be compatible with games across all four generation of Xbox consoles.
"Fortnite" has been confirmed as a next-gen launch title, and it will use Unreal Engine 5 in 2021.
Thousands of games are already playable on Xbox Series X, and this includes backwards compatible titles which will also take advantage of the Quick Resume feature, and they will also look better and run better on the console. Xbox Series X will feature thousands of titles and many will be backwards compatible games, all of [
Even old games should look better on the new console, developers say